Talk about a bad day, NS Brick Designs has created any rebel’s worst nightmare. Being confined in a corridor with Lord Vader himself is probably not the most pleasant feeling, especially when he is in a grumpy mood. Needless to say, these troops are in for a rough ride.
It's one of the most awe inspiring visuals in the Star Wars saga, and now it's an awe inspiring creation in bricks, the Imperial occupation of Jedha. Builder one case has absolutely nailed the look in this nearly 5000 piece construction, from the color variations in the rock strata, to the scale of the city, to the perfectly scaled Star Destroyer, it's all jaw dropping. Technically this is a micro build, but when it's something this large and epic, that's easy to forget.
Isn't it funny how sometimes a MOC takes on a life of it's own? You set out to build one thing, but through whatever magic the bricks get their way and you end up building something else. That's sort of the origin story of this brilliant AT-ACT by Ben Cossy. What started as a little Scarif scene evolved into this colossal minifig scale walker.
Master Star Wars vehicle builder Inthert took a U-Wing and broke it. ...Not really. Creating partially damaged iconic Star Wars ships and vehicles make them look like something new all together is something I really like to see often. This more rustic, cargo-carrying U-Wing design fits in this category perfectly, and is unique on its own with its exposed parts. Still recognizable as a U-Wing, but also looking like something new on its own, this ship is a fine addition to any modified Star Wars vehicles collection.
Rogue One has a few things unique to the Star Wars universe, which always struck me as a little odd since it's a prequel to A New Hope. For instance take the Death Troopers, Director Krennic's personal hit squad. We've never seen them before, at least not in the movies. Then again they're so badass I don't care. Check out this rendition by builder nobu_tary, complete with Jen's stormtrooper doll, perfect.
Drawing inspiration from MacLane's now classic chibi AT-AT, builder zachmoe decided to build an AT-ACT for a little adorable Scarif stomp stomp action. It's really hard to run away or draw your weapon when you're having a total squee moment and going "awww". The First Order should consider this as part of their design plan, it just might work.